Welch in Brattleboro: Community response to pandemic was truly humbling

“We believe food, housing and things you need to survive should be seen as birth rights and not commodified,” said Farm Steward Amber Arnold. “All of our programs are about connecting people back with the Earth and back with the nourishment they need to survive, connecting with each other in affirming spaces for people of color to be in a community.”

This is the first year for this type of CSA in this area, said Farm Steward Naomi Doe Moody.

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